Wild Justice

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St. Martin's Press, 1995 - Fiction - 200 pages
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"Mary Jane Jones was a bright, funny, attractive young woman - like so many other promising small-time players on the Washington, D.C., scene - until someone found her during one of the capital's most fashionable parties sprawled out on the floor with a broken neck, fractured skull, and multiple contusions. Ned Kaplan, a well-known socialite and host of the party, is questioned by the police, but he insists that Mary Jane Jones was "no one important." No one seems to know or care about Mary Jane's identity, even though a guest witnessed Ned and Mary Jane having a disagreement. Most everyone agrees that her nasty fall from the steep back stairway was just that. Case closed. That is, until her mother decides to go undercover and investigate further - as Ned Kaplan's new housekeeper."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Psychological thriller from an author of five nonfiction titles (The House of Barrymore, 1990, etc.—not reviewed). Washington's suave, cynical, divorced international banker Ned Kaplan wants to end ... Read full review

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